Michelle Obama, Tiger Woods & More Featured in Cartoon Network 'Hall of Game Awards' 2/25
Cartoon Network today announced an all star line-up of icons from the worlds of sports, television, film and music who will be appearing at the first-ever Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards (HallofGame.com). From the red carpet, to the never-before-seen stunts and surprises on stage, Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards, which will air Friday, Feb. 25, at 7 p.m. (ET/PT), will be an evening of humor and fun at the most raucous and biggest sports awards show ever presented on television.
Hosted by skateboarding legend, Tony Hawk, the Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards broadcast will feature appearances by First Lady Michelle Obama, Jessica Aney (SI Sportskid of the Year), Nnamdi Asomugha, Jake T. Austin, Drew Brees, Shannon Brown, Kobe Bryant, Chewbacca, Chris Cole, Lucas Cruikshank aka "Fred," Stephen Curry, Landon Donovan, Carl Edwards, Roger Federer, Arian Foster, Rick Fox, Zachary Gordon, A.J. Hawk, David Henrie, Dwight Howard, DeSean Jackson, Greg Jennings, Joe Johnson, Tony Kanaan, Lisa Leslie, Robbie Maddison, Sal Masekela, Terrell Owens, Rico Rodriguez, Ryan Sheckler, Matthew Stafford, Amar'e Stoudemire, Andrew W.K., Venus Williams, Tiger Woods and the cast of Cartoon Network's Dude, What Would Happen - C.J. Manigo, Jackson Rogow and Ali Sepasyar - among many others. The evening will feature performances by Travie McCoy and the Inglewood High School Marching Band. Earvin "Magic" Johnson will also be on-hand to receive the first-ever "Gameblazer Award" for his lifetime achievement in sport.
Voting continues in seven award categories on HallofGame.com and to date the site has already received over 30 million votes. Voting categories and their respective nominees include: "Most Awesome Mascot," sponsored by Pepperidge Farm Flavor Blasted Goldfish crackers; "He's Got Game;" "She Got Game;" "That's How I Roll," sponsored by Kids Foot Locker; "Alti-dude;" "Dance Machine;" and "My Bad." Fans can also cast votes for their favorite athletes on the all-new Hall of Game App. Free to download from the iTunes store, fans can also use the app to add their face to sports photos, customize pictures with Hall of Game graphics and share them with friends via Facebook and Twitter.